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More of 'Dragonball' Scanned Photos Unleashed

July 7, 2008 (4:31 am) GMT
Another band of scanned photos from the forthcoming James Wong's live action adaptation movie has been unraveled and it exposed bits of the film's stills.

Over the past weeks, Japanese manga adaptation fans have been made excited with the outing of several characters' photos as well as two leaked fighting videos from the up and coming movie "". But, their treats won't stop there since another round of the live action film's photos is being exposed.

The so-called promo pictures outed by DB the Movie were scanned from the August issue of Jump Square magazine. Focused on the main characters, they display as Goku, as Master Roshi and as Bulma in action exposing the movie's stills. Better looking images of the photos can be seen through First Showing.

Starring also , Eriko Tamura, Joon Park, and many others, "Dragonball" is a live action adaptation movie of the Dragon Ball franchise. It centers its story on Goku, a humanoid alien who is basically sent to the Earth to destroy human race but instead chooses to battle Lord Piccolo and his army of aliens in his effort to protect Earth and gets the mystical Dragonballs before they fall to the false hands. Directed and co-scripted by James Wong, the tidbit is expected to be released on April 10, 2009.

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